Stephanie Cathleen Hill passed away on April 22, 2021 in Sedona, Arizona at the age of 46. She was born on December 25, 1974 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Richard and Lynda Kemp. Stephanie married Jared Hill on July 30, 1993 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Stephanie was a woman of many different talents. Musically, Stephanie recorded two religious music albums and regularly sang the National Anthem at Utah Jazz Games. She was an avid road cyclist and mountain biker. She loved Comic-Con and all things Disney. She was a self-taught cook, and owned and operated a business providing personal chef services in New York. After 23 years of not being able to have children, Jared and Stephanie were blessed in 2016 with their son Ryder when she was 41, and their daughter, Charley following in 2018. Stephanie loved being a mother to her children. Stephanie’s family and friends will never forget her genuine love, kindness, thoughtfulness, and generosity.
She is survived by her loving husband, Jared Hill, her two beautiful children; Ryder and Charley, her parents: Richard and Lynda Kemp, her brothers: Dan Kemp, Tony Kemp, Dave Kemp, and her sisters: Colleen Jemmett, and Melissa Jackson.
Funeral services will be held outdoors on Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Memorial Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123. Viewings will be held on Friday, April 30, 2021 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM at the same location, and again on Saturday from 1:00 – 2:00 PM. Interment to follow the funeral at the same location. Memorial Mortuaries and Cemeteries are following state and local guidelines for COVID-19 with no more than 50 people are able to be in the building at a time, and attendees will rotate in and out of the building. The services will be held under a large canopy for all to attend and be present. The Hill family invites any who would like to join.
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1. Joining by computer
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d. A box will open saying “https://zoom.us wants to open this application”. Click “open zoom”
e. Click “Join with Computer Audio”
f. Click “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral services
2. Joining by phone or iPad
a. Download the Zoom app
b. Open the app and select “join a meeting”
c. Enter the meeting id - 8019693456
d. Select “join without video”
e. Select “Call using internet audio”
f. Select “mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral services.
My sincere apologies if I have the wrong family, but I extend my condolences none-the-less. I'm certain this has been a difficult time for all and I send my thoughts and prayers.
I had a wonderful teacher, Mr. Kemp, and I many wonderful conversations on varying topics including the great pride he felt in his family and his daughter. I have hoped for the opportunity to tell Mr. Kemp of the positive influence he has had on my life.
I can imagine the sorrow Stephanie's family is feeling at this time and I hope you will pardon the intrusion.
I, too, am not in your circle of friends or family, however, my daughter was born 5/24/74 and died on 2/8/2016. I've been raising one of her three adopted children for almost four years and he is doing so well. The family had been under a great deal of angst before Tess died. It is difficult as her mother and I don't have contact with the rest of her family. Her identical twin is heartbroken. You will carry her with you always in your hearts. I wish you all the best. Judy
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We raised our kids in South Jordan and Stephanie was one of their best friends. She sang so beautifully and is so sweet. Our hearts go out to her entire family. GOD Bless you all.
I'm not a person whom stands out in your circle of friends and family.
I do check the obits daily, and for some reason I was compelled to send my
sorrow and pain your family and friends are suffering now.
May God be with you, and know you will see her again.
Families are forever.